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Maine Ski Resorts is a guide to ski and snowboard areas in Maine.

Ski Areas in Maine


Black Mountain Ski Resort

Black Mountain shines as a ski and recreation area the whole family can enjoy. First time skiers as well as the novice skier can enjoy easy-going skiing on our gentle learning slopes, while the more advanced skiers can navigate the traditional trails winding through scenic splendor. Experts head for the top where the views of Mt Washington are as exciting as a schuss down Upper Maple Slalom. Intermediates relax with a top to bottom cruise down Black Beauty, or long looping Bob A…

New Hermon Mountain Ski Area

Hermon Mountain is a small Maine family owned and operated ski area located in Hermon Maine, about 10 minutes outside of Bangor. We offer a variety of terrain for beginners, intermediate and expert ski and snowboarders. We have a chair lift and a t-bar as well as a tubing park with its own lift. Don’t know how to ski or ride? No problem we have both ski and snowboard lessons, rental equipment and of course with tubing there is no experience required!! There is a full service snack bar…

Titcomb Mountain

Enjoy the magic of skiing days and nights at Titcomb Mountain. Join Titcomb Mountain and immediately enjoy the friendliness and relaxed fun that makes Titcomb Mountain a special place for us all. The 750-foot slope features 15 alpine trails for all skill levels, from beginner to expert, a terrain trail for snowboarders, and beautiful newly renovated Nordic trails, totaling 18 kilometers. Titcomb Mountain also supplements the gifts of Mother Nature with snow making. Private ski lessons…

Lost Valley Ski Area

Skiing at Lost Valley is serene and beautiful, with panoramic views and trails lined with tall white pines. Two chair lifts and a T-bar service 16 trails. You can glide peacefully down Squirrel Run, or fly down and make your edges bite on Bull Moose or Alpine East. The first in Maine to make artificial snow, Lost Valley has 39 years of snowmaking experience. Lost Valley takes great pride in its grooming ability as well, working constantly to make sure you'll have the best available…

Camden Snow Bowl

The Snow Bowl was developed by many warm-hearted and willing workers with one goal in mind: to provide quality recreation for their hardworking community. In the year of 1936, in spite of the "Great Depression," with money being so scarce in the small town of Camden, a group of residents gathered together and a place of winter recreation emerged. Camden truly is "where the mountains meet the sea" thanks to the stunning and unique view of the Atlantic Ocean from the summit of 1300' Ragged…

Shawnee Peak

Not too big, not too small - it's just right. Nestled among the lakes and Mountains of Maine, Shawnee Peak bridges the gap between huge, and sometimes overwhelming, resorts and small ski hills. Shawnee Peak offers 42 trails with surprisingly advanced terrain, great cruising intermediates and also provides the ideal learning environment for the newcomer. As New England's largest night skiing facility, Shawnee Peak offers 1,300 vertical feet - top to bottom - of lighted terrain, covering…

Saddleback Ski Area

Saddleback is a different, honest alternative to today's large resorts, a magnificent mountain with genuine values and a gentle soul. Saddleback is one of only seven ski mountains in New England with a top lift elevation over 4000ft. The 2000ft. vertical drop is greater than several well-known big mountain resorts. And the base lodge is the 2nd highest in New England 2460 ft. High elevation means more natural snow and better temperatures for snowmaking and snow retention. Since…

Bigrock Ski Area

Established in the 1960, Bigrock Ski Area was purchased in 2000 by the Maine Winter Sports Center (MWSC) through grants available from the Portland, Maine-based Libra Foundation. Libra has a long-term commitment to the development and promotion of winter sports in northern Maine, and has overseen the creation of cross-country ski and biathlon complexes in the towns of Fort Kent and Presque Isle. Once a popular activity for many families in Aroostook County, alpine, or downhill, skiing,…

Sugarloaf USA

Sugarloaf USA is Maine's biggest ski mountain! With a continuous, one-mountain vertical drop of 2,820 feet, the longest in the East, and a summit elevation of 4,237 feet, Sugarloaf USA boasts more than 54 miles of trails ranging from novice to expert-only. One hundred thirty three trails traverse Sugarloaf USA's 1,400 skiable acres, including three trails over three miles long, three terrain parks and 2 half-pipes. Sugarloaf USA's summit is served by a high-capacity quad, and the…

Sunday River Ski Resort

Sunday River was built on the mountains of Western Maine's spirit, raw beauty, and, of course, their challenging terrain. With 870 acres (52.6 miles) of trails and more than 2,000 acres inside the resort's boundaries, there's plenty of opportunity for skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels to find their Happy Places. And like Maine, Sunday River delivers mountains of possibility with no attitude. You take it from there. From the top of each of Sunday River's eight interconnected…

Mt. Abram Ski Resort

Mt Abram Ski Resort has long been a favorite of families, especially those with children. Even now, when families can travel just a little further to a mega-resort, many prefer the intimate feel of Mt Abram Ski Resort. This is fostered by the fact that at the end of the day, or at lunch for that matter, it is easy to round up the family as there is only one base area and the parking lot is nearby -- easily accessible for forgotten mittens, goggles or other items left in the car. The…